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E. K. Hamlin (late of the firm of Downs, Odgers & Hamlin) having purchased the shop on Gregory street formerly conducted by Edwards & Steele, • will be pleased to meet all his old friends. He will conduct a GENERAL BLACKSMITHING BUSINESS, And make a specialty of MINE AND MILL WORK As well as ... . HORSESHOEING . . . Particular attention will be paid to Repairing, either in Iron or Wood Work. Light or extra heavy wagons re paired or made to order on short notice. Also carriage repairing. E. K. HAMLIN. t iggEgEESSEES ' ■ juu h ’jjtu.x'Oi ~-.lj»St. A ,-rW iSc jjfa •9 < A well=known » 1 > ] New Yorker t <. ... > pays this tributa to the Burlington's dining-car service : 4 “The dining-car service of (ho Burlington ltouto is about tho boat there fc 3 is. On every table in tho dining-car is a fresh bunch of American-benuty !T rosea, ono of which tho wniter affixes to your coat when you have finished jr >. ar meal. Tho cloth is chnnged with each guest, no matter how littlo 4 soiled. Tho menu, though not long, is wonderfully well selected anti nd- J mirnbly served.'’ 9 4 i Jj (»o East on tho Chicago Special which leaves Donver w at 1:10 p. m., or on tho Vcstibnlcd Flyer which leaves at w 9:50 p. m., and you can soo for yourself how good, how £) clean, how reasonable in price, our dining-car service is. J Ticket Office, ■ 1039 Seventeenth Street. 1 ? ** G. W. VALLERY, General Agent, Denver. S* il „ w w v w _ j ' McFffiM i GO,, 'Building and Erection of Stamp ills a Specialty. Mining, Milling and Concentrating Ma chinery, Sole Manufacturers of the Gilpin County Gilt Edge Concentrators. Corliss Engines, Hoisting Engines, Boilers ind Hesters, Amsigeastlsg Fu% Smelting Foresees, Blake snd l)odge Crushers, Jackson’s Cornish Bolls, Ore Cars, Tramways. OFFICE AND WORKS AT Denver, Blaek Hawk and Central City. We are in Business To do Business iind to do business we realize that we must make it to the in terest of all to give us their patronage. There fore, if you will call at our place You will bo welcome and will bo treated courteously. % You will got tho grado of goods you order and dcsiro. You will gel the benefit of tho very lowest possible prices, and You will have tho best of everything in the market to select from. H. J. KRUSE & SON, The Old Reliable Grocers Masonic Temple, Central City THE ECLIPSE LIVERY STABLES CHAS. G. HICKOX A CO., PROPS. LIVERY AND BOARDING Carriages for Parties and Calling at all Hours. Special attention given to Boarding Uorsea. Fine Turnouts with Careful Driven, furniahod on abort notice * for all neighboring campe and mines. Telephone 1 9, - - Lawrence St., Central City Teachers' Examination. The regular county teachers’ examina tion will to held on March 17 and 18, at « the district court room, beginning at 0 i o’clock a. m. Minnie Frey, i County Superintendent of Schools. J. P. House of Denver will test eyes and fit glnsses «t C. T. Bnrker’s jewelry store next Monday and Tuesday, March 13 and 14. *0 YEARS* XP E RIE NC E I V n_ J J ’ L J J “ # i W ■ J L ■ gt f 1 I R | I | Designs r ffm Copyrights &c. Anvone sending a sketch and description may fjulckly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly contldentlal. Handbook on Patents Bent freo. Oldest agency for securing patents. Put cuts taken through Munn A Co. rocelre special notice, without chnrgo, In the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, t 3 a year: four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. SV2UNN & ()Q a 361 Broadway. New York Branch Oltlcc, G 35 F St., Washington, D. C. Farmers’ Wives or any other Indies who wish to work, CAN EARN LOTS OF MONEY working for us in spare time at home on our cloths. We oiler you ngood chance to mnko plenty of spending money easily, in leisure hours. Send 12c for cloth and full directions for work, and commence at once. Cloth sent anywhere. Address, WINOOSKET CO. (310-0) Bos ton, Mass., Mfg. Dept. The State Ore Sampling Co,, DENVER, COLO. Wo hny Gold, Silver, Lend, Copper, Bismuth, Urnninm. Wolfram, Cobalt and Antimony Oree. With modem mills and machinery our facilities for sampling aro tho Iwst. Our long experience in tho markot ennblos ne to pay the highest cash prices for all marketable ores. Write for oar “ltoferenco Hook.” Send analysis of your ore for prices and information. BAILY& MONNIC lYtanagors. Notice of Forfeiture. To Frank Htrausberger, Frank Bchnseer and Jo seph Wexholborger: You are hereby notified that wo have expended during the years 1891, 1898, 1597 and 1898 tho snm of SKOO in labor nnd improvements upon tho Santa Barbara lode mining claim in Enterprise mining district, in Gilpin county, state of Colorado, of which locution certificate Is found of reconi in Book 118, lingo 303, in the olllco of the recorder of said county, under the provisions of Section 2321 of the Re vised Statutes of tho United States, and all amendments thereto, concerning annual labor upon mining claims, being tho amount required to hold said lode* for tho period ending on the 31st day of D«*ceml>er, 1898, nnd if within 90 days after the publication of this notico jou fnil to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as co-owner your interest in the above named lode mining claim will become the proparty of the undersigned, your co-owner, who has mado the required expenditure by tho terms of said section. Ueobok Wexuelbzboeii. First pub. Doc. 29, 1898, lost, March 30,09. Notice of Forfeiture. To Willis Marks: You aro hereby notified that wo have oxi>ondcd (lnring tho years 1898, 1897 nnd 1898, tho sum of A3O'J in Inbor nnd improvements upon tho Marks Lode mining claim in Lake mining district, in Gilpin county, Strito of Colorado, of which locu tion certificate is found on record in book 1 18. pngo 487, in the olfico of tho recorder of said county, under tho provisions of Soction 2324 of .tho Revised Statutes of tho United States, and nil amendments thnroto, concerning annual labor upon mining clnims, being tho amount required to hold suid lode for tho iioriod ending on the 31st day of Docomlier, 1898, and if within 90 days after the publication of this notice, yon fnil to contribute your proportion of such expenditure ns co-owner, your interest in tho abovo named lode mining clnim will becomo tho property of the undersignod. yonr co-owners, who have made the required exi>enditure by tho terms of the said section. A. S. Caiiteii. J. H. Rkilly. First pub. Jnn. 19, last pnb. April 20. Summons. STATE OF COLORADO, ) __ County or Gilpin. S * In tho County Court. George Channing and 1 Thomas Channing, Plaintiffs, vs- Tho unknown heirs of Willinm H. Tuckor, Summons, deceased, and Engeno Drake, Administrator of tho ofetate of Will iam 11. Tucker, Defendants. Tho people of tho State of Colorado, to the Un known Heirs of William 11. Tucker, deceased, the defendants abovo nnmod, granting: You nra hereby required to appear in an action brought against yon by tho above nnmod plaintiffs in the county court of Gilpin county, state of Col t >rodo, and answor the complaint therein within twenty days after tho sorvico hereof, if served within this county; or, if served out of this coun ty. or by publication, witldu thirty days after the service hen*of, exclusive of the day of service; or judgment by default will Im* taken agninst you according to the prayer of the complaint. Aud if a copy of the complaint in thenbovo entitled action be not served with this summons, or If tho sorvico hereof l>o made out of this state, then ten days additional to tho tlmo horeinlmfora speci fied for appearance and answer will Is* allowed before the taking of judgment by default as afore said. The said action is brought petitioning the said court to order the said Eugene Drake, adminis trator of the estate of William 11. Tucker, de ceased, to deed to George Channing and Thomas ('banning, four-fifteenths and eight-fifteenths re spectively, interest in and to tho Homestuke Lodo Mining Claim, according to a certain contract nnd agreement between tho said William 11. Tucker nml George Channing and Thomas (’ban ning. made before the docoaseof the said Willinm 11. Tucker, said agreement hoing that said Tuck er should locate said claim in Ids own name and then deed to the said George Channing and Thom as Channing their restfoctiro interests, which said Tucker agreed to ifo bofore his decease, as will more fully appear from tho coiuplnlnt in said action to which reference is here made: And you are hereby notified that if yon fall to apiiear, und to answer the said coiuplniut as above required, the said plaintiff will take judg ment against you according to law nnd according to tho prayer in said complaint. Given under my hand and official seal at Cen tral City, in said county, this lat day of February, 1899. Flob Ahuiiauoii, County Judge, First pub. Feb. 18, last March 18, 1899. Sheriff's Sale. STATE OF COLORADO I County or (Jilnn, j * In the county court in and for Gilpin connty. John M. Olson, plaintiff, vs. Mary Christine lairsen, defendant. lly virtue of a writ of execution And fee bill issued out of the county couit of Gilpin oounty, State of Colorado, to me, as sheriff, directed, in favor of John M. Olson and against Mary Chris tine Larson, whereby 1 am commanded to make theeum of six hundred sixty-eix dollars and ninety cents (1066.90), with interest thereon from October Ist, 1896, at 8 per cent per annum, dam ages, and the further sum of thirty-eight dollars and eighteen cents ($18.18) ousts. I have levied upon and taken in execution all the right, title aud interest of the aald defendant, Mary Chris tina Larsen, in and to the following described real estate, situate, lying nnd being In the oounty of Gilpin, and state of Colorado, to-wit: Thet house and improvements on and near the Boulder road, and conveyed by the said Gilpin oounty to Otto Larson, by deed dated June(th, 1898, and re corded in book 1U at page 909 of the records of said Gilpin oounty, Colorado, which I will offer for sale at public auction on Monday, the Wth day of Maroh, A. D. 1899, at the hour of 10 o'olook a. m., at tho front door of the county court house, in the oity of Ontrai. oounty of Gilpin, and state of Colorado, to the highest and best bidder for cash. William Mitchell, Hheriff of Gilpin oounty. First pnb. Feb. 21. Lust pub. March 19. Colorado National Banks. A Washington press telegram under date of March 3, says that the comp troller of the currency has given out ab stracts of reports of the condition Febru ary 4 of the thirty-seven national banks in Colorado and New Mexico. The Colo rado report shows that since December 1 the total resources have decreased 373,- 553,746 to 852,478,117; loans and dis counts have increased from 820,057,058 to 820,700,503; reserve decreased from 816,- 091,930 to 815,481,119, of which the gold holdings decreased from 84,224,120 to 84,210,550. Tho deposits decreased from 834,491,831 to 834,308,407, and the average reserve held decreas'd from 44 28 to 41.36 per cent. Fine Watch Repairing at the Mineral Palace. DID YOU EVER! In all your career see such goods and such values at such prices as can be seen nttho Mineral Palace. Notice! Notice! All persons nre hereby notified and re quired to stop depositing dead horses and dumping refuse and garbage on Winnebago hill at any place east of Odd Fellows and Catholic cemeteries. Those who persist in using said localities for places of deposit for refuse and dond, horses will be prosecuted under the statutes and the city ordinances. By order of the Board of Countv Com missioners and tho Ma\ or of Central City. Central City, Colo , February 28,1898. Cheap Kates to Fort Worth, Texas, And return, on March 11 and 12, via tho Colorado Road. Call on nearest railroad agent for particulars. " Cattle Kaisers* Convention, Fort Worth, Texas, March 14. Very low rates via tho Colorado Road. Ask near est railroad agent or write to T. E. Fish er, Gen’l Pass’r Ag’t, the Colorado Road, Denver, Colo. WANTED in every town a local repre sentative, lady or gentleman. Easy work good pay. No capital required. Pay ment every week. Address for particu lars, C. Tj Mar ecu a l Art Co., 348 Elm St., Dallas, Texas. Stoves and ranges at Anderson’s. Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of n c ertain writ of execution issued out of the district court of Gilpin county, state of Colorado, to me as the sheriff of said county of Gilpin, in said state of Colorado, directed, in favor of KO. Vail In, plaintiff, and against the New Gregory Mining Company, defendant, whereby 1 urn commanded to make tho sum of twenty-six thousand, four hundred forty-eight dollars and thirty-two cents, with interest there on at eight per cent, per annum from Feb. 19, I«9‘>. and the further sum of eighteen dollars and sixty cents (818.90) costs, 1 have levied upon aud taken in execution all the right, titlo and inter est of the said defendant, the New Gregory Min ing Com pony, of, in and to tho following de scribed real estate, situate, lying and being iu the connty of Gilpin, nnd stuto of Colorado; to-wit: That lot on the north side of Gregory street in Central City in said county, sitnato at the junc tion of said Gregory street and the east lino of soul city and tho frame dwelling house thereon, said property known as the '’George Briggs" res idence and lot and that brick offico and lot situ ate and fronting on north sido of said Gregory street, west of said Georgo Briggs residence and lot and known as tho "Briggs office.” Also three lots on Cooper street in Blnck Hawk m said county. The7s stamps (formerly 125 stamps) quartz mill unit mill building with engine, stamps, ta bles. boiler, water wheel and all machinery und appurtenances belonging thereto and situate on mill site and lot No. 27 in Bluck Hawk, Gilpin county, Colorado, and known ns tho "Bobtail Mill," also the mill race, ditch and flume leading wnter fr<*n North Clear (’reek to said mill nnd nil water, water rower and water rights belong ing thereto and connected therewith: und aaul Mill Lot No. 27. * ‘ Mill lots or sites Nos. 20, 21, 22 nnd 25 in said Black Hawk, anff tho tunnol or adit known as tho "Bobtail” inciino and all buildings, boil ora, engines, pnmps, track, blacksmith shop, ma chine shop nnd all machinery of ovory character and description situate on said mill sites or lots and at and near tho mouth of said incline. And tho brick engine house nnd tho lot on which tho same stands at corner of Seltik nnd Clear ('reek streets, in said Black Hawk and all machinery therein and thereon. Tho mtothensterly portion of lots Nos. 6. 7 nnd 8 in block No. 28 nnd all of lots Nos. 9 and 10, in block No. 28 in said Blnck Hnwk nnd the Bobtail Mine office, ore house and coal house and all im provements thereon. And lots 2 und 3, block No 21, in said Block Hawk, nnd lots Nos. 7 and Hin block No. 29 in said Black Hawk. Also the following lodo mining claims pnd mill sites all situate in Gregory Mining District, Gil pin county, Colorado, to-wit: The Bobtail lode mining claim, mineral sur vey 90. The Bobtail lode mining claim and mill site, mineral survey 215 A and B. Tho Bobtail lode mining claim, mineral sur vey 489. The Bobtail lode mining claim, mineral sur vey 256. The Briggs lodo mining claim, mineral sur voy 54, The Briggs lodo mining claim, mineral sur voy 505. The Broadway lodo mining claim, mineral sur vey 658. The Fisk lodo mining claim, mineral sur vey 183. The Golden Crossing mining clnim, mineral survey 5641. The Good Return lodo mining claim, minora! survey 908. The Gregory 1(mIo milling cluim nnd mill site, mineral survey 218 A and B. The Gregory lode mining claim, tninnral sur vey 265. Tho Gregory lodo mining claim, rninornl sur vey 297. Tho Gregory lodo mining claim, rninornl sur vey 773. Tho Gregory lode mining claim mineral sur vey 288. The Gregory lodo mining claim, minoral sur vey 237 A. The Gregory lodo mining claim, minoral sur vey 255. The Gregory lisle minim* claim and mill site, mineral survey 212 A and If. Tho Gregory lodo mining claim, mineral sur vey 55. The Gregory Extension lodo mining claim, mineral survey 373. The (1 regitry Extension lodo mining claim, min oral survey MI. Thu Gregory Extension lodo mining claim, mineral survey 281. The Gregory lodo mining claim, minoral sur vey 254. An undivided 4-5 of tho Gregory Extension mining claim, mineral survoy 257. ThoLizzio lodo mining claim, minoral ear voy 711. The Mammoth lode mining claim, mineral sur vey 259. The Mammoth lodo mining claim, mineral ror voy 287. The Mollio Stark lodo mining claim, mineral survey 710. The New Jersey lodo mining claim, mineral survey 6778. The Bioui City lodo mining claim, mineral "''K!?w2rwlck lode mining claim, minoral enr- The Weat Michigan lode mining claim, mineral survey 998. The Plymouth lode mining claim, mineral eur 'fhe Pennsylvania lode mining claim, mineral survey 5641. Also the Annin lodo mining claim. Die Hidden Wealth lode and 125 feet in fnnngth on the Mam moth lode mining claim in said Gregory mining diemd. , Together with all and singular the structures, buildings and all machinery and improvement* situate upon said mining claims and each and ovary thereof, ind All appurtenances thereunto belonging. Which said seal estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the aforesaid judgment with interest thereon, and oosts as aforesaid, 1 shall offer for sale at |>ablic suction on Saturday, the 26th day of March. A. D. 1299. at 11 o'clookTn the forenoon of said day. at the front door of tho oonrt house at ('.antral Cit>, in said county of Gtiuln, state of Colorado, to tho highest and beet bidder for cash. William Mitcubll. Hheriff of Gilpin county, Colorado,' First pnb. March 2, last pub. March 29,1999. NEVADAVILLE. The town board of trustees met Tues day evening. They granted saloon licenses for six months to John Ma idem, Matt Browr, Jr., nnd Thomas Chappie. They also appointed J. O. D. Keleher, O. T. Sparks and Matt Brown as u board of registry in precinct No. 5. Wm. W. War ren, Jr., Taos. O. Davey and T. T. War ren for precinct No. 0, at the town elec tion to be held Tuesday, April 4. The hoards will meet at the polling places in the respective precincts next Tuesday to revise the lists An Irishman Saturday nigh 1 , was try ing to explain to his friend the nature of a miracle. The friend, however, did not soom to comprehend Teddy’s ex plana tioon. Driven almost to desperation, Teddy, as a last resort, gave his friend an awful whack on the nos». “Did it hurt ye?” he asked. “Hurt!” exclaimed the victim, endeavoring to stop the flow of claret. “Well, thin,” said Teddy, “it would have b:ou a miracle if it didn’t.” The Ladies’ Owl Club has completed arrangements for the ball to be given by them Tuesday evening, March 14. and tickets are rapidly selling among busi ness men and others. The net proceeds will be donated to the library fund of the public schools of the town. Reader, purchase a ticket and help swell the do nation. William Doyle, n former resident of the Town of Mines, now located at Victor, Ei Paso county, was a visitor here Friday. |He took in the masquerade nnd cake walk of the Owl Club in Central that evening. He returned Sunday afternoon. Fred S. Bolsinger .and Lord James Williams returned Sunday evening from a visit to Mr. Bolsinger’s former home at Chatfleld, Minn. Lord Williams scorns the idea that ho has quit the ranks of bachelorhood and become a benedict. Regular communication of Nevada lodge No. 4, A. F. & A. M., Saturday evening, at which threo candidates will be raised to the sublime degree of Mas ter Mason. Visiting brethren fraternally invited. The street commissioner is opening up all the water ditches on the several streets of the city, and turning the water from the melting snow and ice into its proper channel—Nevada gulch. Mrs. R. B. Rutherford and child of Madrid, la., are guests of Grandpa and Grandma, I. M. Parsons. Mr. Ruther ford, who accompanied them, has gono to Cripple Creek and Victor. Town Marshal Matt Edwards has been tendered the office of superintend ent of a silver mine in Nevada state. It is quite probable that he will accept. Said a member of the men’s Owl Club the other day, “An unsuccessful mar riage proposal resembles nn expected sneeze that fails to come olT.” Hon. H. C. Bolsinger returnfd from Denver Saturday, whore he had been at tending to business matters for several days. Miss Robinson of Black Hawk has been spending this week with her friend, Miss Georgia Richards, in this place. A new smoke stack was placed over the boiler in the building of the Ophir- Burroughs property last Wednesday. Grandpa Bartle is in very bad health and his death at any time would not sur prise his friends. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Grenfell, on March 9, a son. RUSSELL GULCH. Thirty couples were in attendance at the social hop given Saturday evening nt Union ball, by the winners of thocako walk held here on the evening of Feb. 24. The music was furnished by the (Quartz Hill orchestra. A very pleasant time was had. The cake won at the mas querade was cut and distributed among those in attendance Saturday evening. The 16 months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Panza,whose death occurred last Saturday, from diphtheria, was bur ied in the Catholic cemetery, near Cen tral, last Monday morning. The resi dence of the parents on Williams avenue has been quarantined. The entrance to Max FischeTs store presents a novel appearnnee, owing to the heavy snow drift that has accumulated at that point and on down tho north side of Williams avenue as far as the Luke Timsou dwelling. Joseph Horo, brother of Henry Hore, the Denver suicide, was a visitor hero on Sunday, coming from Goldfield, El Paso county. He returned in tho afternoon to Denver, to attend tho funeral of Hen ry, which occurrod Monday. The wife of Prof. Card, principal of tho Russell public schools, has arrived from El Paso county. Tho professor nnd wife nre now keeping house on Williams avenue. R. J.Walter of Denver, tho well known mining engineer, paid several of the mines in this district a visit this week, cxnmiuing them for Denver parties. Chnrles A. Rico, foreman of the Hoi Pot rnino, noar the head of Virginia canon, will let a contract to sink the main shaft another 80 feet. Shermnn T. Harris, underground fore man at tho Topeka mine, returned from a business trip to Denvor Tuesday even ing. Mrs. Max Fischel and son, who have been visiting Donver friends, returned from Denver Tuesday ovening. R. D. Sterling loft for a short visit in Denvor Tuesday morning, Suicide of Henry Hore. The Rocky Mountain News of March 4 says that a few minutes after 12o’clock Thursday night Henry Hore went to tho vacant lot where the carnival grand stand formerly stood, at tho corner of Colfax and Broadway, nnd committed suicide by firing two bullets into his body. The act was witnessed by Coro ner Rollins, Sheriff Jones and Deputy Sheriff De Lue. The coroner was stand ing at tho window in his room at 1548 Lincoln avonuo, whon ho saw tho flashes of the revolver. Tho sheriff and DoLue wore at tho corner of Broadway and Colfax waiting for a oar. De Lue jumped over tho fenco loading into the vacant lots and grabbed the amoking revolver from tho dying man's hands. Jones and De Lue had Just left the capitol, and whon tho shots were fired they got the impression that some one waa firing at them. One of the bul lets passed through the man's heart, tho other struck the body just above tlx> heart. In tho pockets of the suicide were found letters addressed by him »n Uliaie Withrow of Central City, and Bill Richards and R. H. Richtrds of Russell Gulch. Hore had opened his vest and placed the muzzle of the revolver at hia breast. He was au Englishman, 37 yeant of age, and unmarried, and not addicted to drinking. On February 7 he came to Denver from Goldfield, El Paso county, where he owned some property, stopping with Ins cousin, VV. H. Webber, proprietor of the Rest lodging house at 1621 Market street. Ha left the Rest at 10 o’clock that night, after paying 81:50 room rent. Ho rtv ceived 818.50 change from a 820 bill. Mr. Webber said Friday morning that Hore* had been in tho habit bf carrying a re volver. The act was done with n new lire arm of 38 calibre. No money wan found in any of the man’s pocket, Mr. Webber Was unable to account for tlks death of his cousin. It was roj>ortecJ r however, that a love affair drove tho man to his death. Two brothers, Joseph and Samuel Hore of Goldfield, survive him. Of Lite the man had been very morose and un communicative. He had been ill for many months and had received medical treatment from several physicians. He was a mem her of* Central City lodge No. C A. F. and A. M. Tho Noef Bros. Wiener Maorzon Beer is bottled expressly for family use, it v; recommended by Denver louding phy sicians. Grand Hard Times Ball and Cake Walk. Not to be outstripped by tho voting men of the Town of Mines, tho Ladies' Owl Club of ’99 havo left nothing undone that will tend to make tho great Hard Times ball and cako walk, to bo giw-n 1 under their auspices at Cannon’s tedt next Tuesday evening, March 11, au event that will be pleasantly reraomberex? by all who attend. The ladies who arty members of the club areas follows: Mrs Fred S. Bolsinger, president; Mrs. Henry C. Bolsinger, treasurer; .Miss Georgiit. Richards, secretary: Mrs. Matt Edwards, Mrs. Chris Paul, Mrs. Charles Cumotv.. Misses Edith Noble, Chrissie -SemirtGoe nnd Katie Cramer, Owlets. The huliws will act as floor managers. Throe prizes will be offered, namely : Grand waltz prize, grand prize for most grotesque cost lime, and a grand prize for the cake walk. Tickets, 81, admitting gentleman and lady. Sapper will be served at the hall at. cents per couple, or 25 cents per plate. The Opera house orchestra will furnish the music. As the net proceeds will U donated to the public school library fund, all who are friendly to education should purchase a ticket whether they attend or not. When asked to purchanu a ticket produce your dollar, reader, tako tho ticket and attend. You will h - just as well o(f iu tho long run by hood ing the advice. Vocal and Instrumental Music. Gwilym Thomap, vocal and iuatruincn>- tnl music teacher. Leave orders with Dr. LI. I\ Davies at The Pharmacy, Cen tral City. Forman wants Galena ore. A Splendid Play Coming. “A Romance of Coon Hollow” is one of the largest dramatic organizations on tin road. Besides a magnificent equipment or scenic, calcium and olectrical etl'octa. aud a strong acting company, tho troupe* carries a band of colored boy und girl buck nnd wing dancers and two quar tettes. It has been before the public successful seasons, nod, though new tr> Texas, it was a great hit in New Orleans nnd other southern cities. The produc tion hero will ho a duplicate of the origi nal presentation at the Fourfrxnitb Street Theater, New York, ns nil the scenory is carried, and the company is in the main the haiuo. It will be given ml tho Opera house, Saturday, March 11. Wiener Maerzen, the beer that will make Colorado famous. George Mertw agent for Central City and Black Hawk. Tho way to be happy, though mar ried—trade at Phillipps «fc Ebli’s, Law rence street grocers. Crockery Ware. Philipps & Ebli, nt their Lawreocr* street grocery store, have received a fine* lino of crockery ware of tho latest de signs. The Neef Bros. Weiner Maerzen Ben in n home product nnd is made out oT tho choicest hops nnd hurley. A lino lino of stationery just received at Muymon’s Control Postoffice Store. Dressed Poultry, All kinds of fresh fish direct from tbr* eastern and western lakes, fresh rand* eggs, creamery butter, select and cnnneOi oysters, full supply of fresh meats ar,d home made sausage, are a few of tbr good things to be obtained at Jooepb Dennis’ City Market on Lawrence streets Colorado Springs Is best sorvod by “Tho Colorado Rond.'*’ New nnd second hand furniture Mining tools. Otto H. E. Goetz. Cripple Creek Is best sorvod by “The Colorado RoadV* “11-como-7” daily trains between Denver and the groat gold camp. They go like hot cakes and syrup, those cakes, pies, jolly rolls* mwl goods in thut line at the Union Battery. Summer Time in the South. If seeking a quiet spot for a buitndsw vacation “Tho Colorado Road” affbidw tho most convenient route to Toxauu Mexico, Cuba and Florida at most at tractive rates. Parker's Lucky Curve Fountain l\o at Hyndman Bros.’s atoro. Kino lino of perfumes just received m 3. Hyndtnan's book store. Denver Cricket Club. At a meeting of the Donver Cricket, club, hold Friday ovonincr at the Alboap’ hotel in that city, the following board of* directors and officers for IBM wets* elected: F. M. English. A. W. J. B. Robertson, J.H. Blake, F. Home wood, V. Messitor and 11. C. Stono. The directors immediately mot and elected Mr. English president, Mr. Powell view president, Mr. Blake secretary, Mr. Rcfe erteon treasurer, Mr. Homewood ckk captain.